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Vivien Leigh diaries and letters on show at V&A Museum

15 August 2013 Last updated at 09:04 BST

London's Victoria and Albert Museum has acquired thousands of letters, photos and diaries belonging to Vivien Leigh.

V&A curator Keith Lodwick spoke about some of her 7,000 letters written between 1929-67, including those from Graham Greene, TS Eliot and Winston Churchill, which are part of the collection.

He spoke to Just Webb on BBC Radio's Today, along with Jo Botting, curator of the upcoming retrospective season at the British Film Institute, as they touched on her career spending 19 films.

More from Thursday's Radio 4 Today programme.

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